Tag Archives: watercolour


Coming back from the Museum Market

Last month Kees and I rented a stall at the Museum Market in Amsterdam. We are looking back at a good day: we had friends coming by, we talked to strangers about our art, we […]


To Market, to Market: Museum Market

On 19 November my bfbf Kees and I will be sharing a stall together at the Museum Market in Amsterdam. This art and design market takes place every third Sunday of the month from 10.00 […]


Slow art Party: Spindle

This week’s pattern in the Slow Art Party hosted by Amy Maricle was Spindle. I have to confess I had to look up the meaning of the word. I can’t really recognize it in the […]


Slow Art Party: Orb

This week’s botanical pattern in the Slow Art Party was Orb. I don’t remember why Amy choose this word for this pattern, maybe it refers to the round shapes of the leaves. First we wet our small […]


Autumn leaves

I don’t know about you, but I love this time of year! All those pretty, warm colours of the leaves before they fall down on the ground and leave the trees bare until next Spring. […]


Fodder School October: Making fodder with Tiffany Simply Sharpe

I caved in, I signed up for Fodder School after seeing lots of pictures of awesome flowers like the photo above. I was sure I was not going to sign up for a year long […]


Slow Art Party: Wrack

This week’s theme for the Slow Art Party was Wrack. Wrack is a kind of seaweed, it’s the kind that washes up the shores of the Netherlands frequently so this was a pattern that was […]


Etsy: Watercolours in the webshop

After much consideration I decided to upload the watercolors I made in 2019 to my Etsy shop. I had them scanned in professionally and had ordered 10 art prints of each. I was planning to […]


To Market, to Market

Zaterdag 30 juni stond ik met twee vriendinnen op de Maker Market in De Hallen van Amsterdam. We hadden alledrie zo onze eigen motivatie en de mijne was om letterlijk de boer op te gaan […]